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    The Little Red Book of Horse Wisdom
    Edited by Yvette Grant, Introduction by Buck Brannaman
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Many first-time horse owners start out thinking they’ll teach their animals a thing or two; but eventually most horse lovers end each day impatient to find what their horse will teach them next. Share in hundreds of pearls of horse wisdom and discover what the pros have learned from these mighty animals.... [READ MORE]
    How Long Can a Fly Fly?
    175 Answers to Possible and Impossible Questions about Animals
    By Lars-Åke Janzon
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Get to know more than the usual facts and stats about animals, both familiar and rare! How Long Can a Fly Fly? will answer all your animal questions, along with plenty more you’ve never even thought to ask. This fun and educational book, good for all ages, is filled with fascinating information about... [READ MORE]
    Lyons on Horses
    John Lyons' Proven Conditioned-Response Training Program
    By John Lyons, With Sinclair Browning, Introduction by Rick Lamb
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In John Lyons’ twenty-nine years of experience in horse trainer–instructing, he has become recognized as “America’s Most Trusted Horseman.” Each year for the past thirteen years, nearly 10,000 horse handlers from all over the world flock to Lyons’ horse-training clinics to learn from the man whose step-by-step... [READ MORE]
    Farm Mechanics
    The Original 1922 Edition
    By Fred D. Crawshaw, By E W. Lehmann
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    An essential agricultural text originally published in 1922, Farm Mechanics is exactly that: a detailed but easy-to-understand manual outlining all the important aspects of working the land.The guide is broken up into sections that cover every aspect of farm work, from woodworking and cement-laying to... [READ MORE]
    The Frog with Self-Cleaning Feet
    . . . And Other Extraordinary Tales from the Animal World
    By Michael Bright
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Did you know that an ostrich egg can make an omelet for ten people? How about that crocodiles have the world’s most powerful bite, yet their mouths can be held shut by a man’s bare hands? Or that box jellyfish are the most venomous creature in the world, and they’re almost impossible to see?Wild animals... [READ MORE]
    The Natural Superiority of Mules
    A Celebration of One of the Most Intelligent, Sure-Footed, and Misunderstood Animals in the World, Second Edition
    By John Hauer, Foreword by Sue Cole
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Mules are hybrids—progenies of male donkeys (jacks) and female horses (mares). Creating a mule is difficult, and baby mules are a bit precocious, but the end result is one of the most fascinating, yet often unappreciated, creatures in the world.In the revised and expanded second edition of The Natural... [READ MORE]
    The Secret Life of Clams
    The Mysteries and Magic of Our Favorite Shellfish
    By Anthony D. Fredericks
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Get up close and personal with an amazing creature that has invaded our lexicon as well as our restaurants.It breathes with tubes, it has no head or brain, it feeds through a filter, and it is the source of dozens of familiar proverbs (“happy as a clam!”). Clams, it turns out, have been worshipped (by... [READ MORE]
    Horses Never Lie
    The Heart of Passive Leadership
    By Mark Rashid, Foreword by Rick Lamb
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Learn to train your horses with compassion and understanding.In Horses Never Lie, renowned horse trainer Mark Rashid introduces us to his revolutionary method for training horses. He emphasizes the importance of balance: “It has always been my contention that working with horses is, or at least should... [READ MORE]
    Mushrooming Without Fear
    The Beginner's Guide to Collecting Safe and Delicious Mushrooms
    By Alexander Schwab
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Novices eager to collect tasty wild mushrooms will find this unique guide invaluable. Unlike others, it focuses only on those types that are both safe to eat and delicious. Most important, it presents the eight rules of mushroom gathering in a straightforward fashion&mdash;including "Never, never take... [READ MORE]
    Their Natural and Unnatural Histories
    By Janet Lembke
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Framed by the author’s personal experience with backyard hens, Chickens: Their Natural and Unnatural Histories explores the history of the chicken from its descent from the dinosaurs to the space-age present. En route, Lembke surveys chickens in ancient Greece, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the nineteenth... [READ MORE]
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